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Index: 145.4 146 215 260 343 364 Dialogi Epistulae 416 670 714
Index bis: 145.4 P. Oxy. IV, 705; IX, 1205; XLIV, 3203; XLVI, 3314
Titre: EPP Eldon Jay, The Jews and the Jewish Community in Oxyrhynchus: Socio-Religious Context for the New Testament Papyri.
Publication: Thomas J. KRAUS and Tobias NICKLAS (Edd.), New Testament Manuscripts. Their Texts and Their World = Texts and Editions for New Testament Study. 2 (Leiden - Boston, 2006) pp. 13-52.
Résumé: Expanded version of an invited paper in a joint session of the Early Jewish Christian Relations Section, the New Testament Textual Criticism Section, and the Papyrology and Early Christian Backgrounds Group at the Annual Meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature, 22 November 2004 in San Antonio, Texas. - Introduction. - Distinguishing Jewish Documents from Others: Criteria for identifying Jewish documents - past and present; - Jewish (and Christian) names; - Identification of individual Jews; - The Jewish Revolt of 115-117 CE; - Evidence of Jews following the Revolt of 115-117; - Festival of victory over the Jews (P. Oxy. IV, 705); - An anti-Jewish dialogue (P. Oxy. XVII, 2070 [= van Haelst 1154]). - Recovery of Jewry in Oxyrhynchus: Onomasticon of Hebrew names (P. Oxy. XXXVI, 2745 [= van Haelst 1158]); - Manumission of a Jewish woman [P. Oxy. IX, 1205]; - Hebrew papyrus fragments; - The letter of Judas [P. Oxy. XLVI, 3314]; - Jose son of Judas, Jew (P. Oxy. XLIV, 3203). - Conclusion. - Pp. 49-52: Appendix. The Papnuthis Archive: Jewish or Christian? A Test Case. The family could very well be Jewish.
No: 2006-0206

Provisional papyri.info output

74928. Eldon Jay EPP, "The Jews and the Jewish Community in Oxyrhynchus: Socio-Religious Context for the New Testament Papyri" in Thomas J. KRAUS and Tobias NICKLAS eds.New Testament Manuscripts – Their Texts and Their World, Texts and Editions for New Testament Study. vol. 2 13-52. [xml] [edit]